Getting available intel on the North Korean hermit kingdom

Washington Post:
With satellite photos and other technology, these researchers are figuring out North Korea’s nuclear secrets

Armed with 3-D models, reports about Kim Jong Un’s public activities and other records, open-source analysts are able to do the kind of work previously the preserve of intelligence agencies and, in the process, learn more about one of the most impenetrable countries in the world.
The intelligence agencies are probably doing the same thing.  They routinely study the media of target countries and clip interesting tidbits to see how they fit the puzzle that goes on in a despotic dictatorship.


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